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Atlanta Rapper Claims Lil Wayne Used Beat From His Album For 'Tha Carter IV'

 

ATL Rapper Claims Lil Wayn’s “She Will” Is His Beat

Lil Wayne may have an issue surrounding his album Tha Carter IV before the album is even released.

Atlanta-based rapper J-Lie claims  that the beat from Wayne’s new single “She Will” featuring Drake was actually used on his album, Local Tourist, released in Aprill 2011.

J_Lie also claimed to have shot a video for the song, and took to Youtube to make his claim public and shows the video for his song “Letting Go” featuring Conflict.

Watch below:
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Listen to Lil Wayne’s”She Will” below to compare the two songs.

But things like this happen often in the music business and J-Lie seems have an understanding of this, and he’s not claiming that Wayne stole the beat from him.

Producers send off beats or sell them to more than one artist often (hey it’s hard out here trying to slang beats), so if anyone is to blame it’s the producer.

On the other hand, it’s hard to take a rapper seriously when his name is J-LIE, but we’ll give him the benefit of the doubt.

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  • 1luv

    He looks black and chinese.

  • N8

    Im not going to do what everyone does when they hear about stuff like this and say he liein cuz i dont know he is or not people alwats think because someones a celebirty they wouldnt steal somrthin from a no name but im not sayin hes not liein im sayin noone knows the truth but them

  • cocob

    What’s most important these days is copy right laws, respect copy right. Is it copy right protected? Did this producer copy right this track? Did J-lie copy right his song? The tracks are pretty much the same, but “she will” sounds like music that will keep Wayne on top of bill boards.”
    My advice to J-lie just sell your track or who the producer is, get your royalities. If you try to increase your AIR-TIME for yourself because you want to smash or dishonor another artist that “you know for a fact that the song will reach charts, be smart get your money from them. “If you cant beat them join them”
    If its not copy right protected really what can you do? Nothing
    Im tired of the stupidity some people do just for attention.

  • cocob

    What’s most important these days is copy right laws, respect copy right. Is it copy right protected? Did this producer copy right this track? Did J-lie copy right his song? The tracks are pretty much the same, but “she will” sounds like music that will keep Wayne on top of bill boards.”
    My advice to J-lie just sell your track or who the producer is, get your royalities. If you try to increase your AIR-TIME for yourself because you want to smash or dishonor another artist that “you know for a fact that the song will reach charts, be smart get your money from them. “If you cant beat them join them”
    If its not copy right protected really what can you do? Nothing
    Im tired of the stupidity some people do just for attention.